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Hood River County Fruit Loop, Oregon

Categories: Scenic Drives, Tourist Spots, Outdoor Activities
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4.4/5 based on 75+ reviews on the web
Hood River County Fruit Loop is located in Oregon. Take a look at our Hood River vacation trip planner to schedule your visit to Hood River County Fruit Loop and learn about what else to see and do during your holiday.
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  • Looking for a beautiful fall drive with lots of colors and scenery, this is it. Pick a beautiful day of coarse! The Fruit Loop starts and ends in Hood River, Or. It is a loop that has you winding past...  read more »
  • Beautiful, scenic drive & friendly farms. My friend & I added the Fruit Loop to our trip viewing the waterfalls off Hwy 30. This was a lot of fun & even though a bit rainy still a pretty drive. 
  • A relaxing walk and with fantastic views. Don't forget to visit the "panorama point" in the output of Hood River to Mt St Helens in paragraph 35. Has fantastic views and is little visited.
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  • What a fun day on the Hood River Fruit Loop! Amazing produce , lovely kind people, views to die for. Take your camera!! And the kids too. Lots to see and eat, go hungry . Stephen Mc Gehee of Eureka Springs Arkansas loves Packers Fruit Stands huge ice cream cones.
  • i have been there 3 times and going today with friends. what a way to get produce. i love Hood River.
  • No body was there but the ads saying they are open. The free ranging chicken was attacking my daughter. Bad experience.
  • I love the Fruit Loop! We have a routine we do, now, because it is just so darn enjoyable. We start the day at Apple Valley BBQ eating some delicious smoked ribs or pulled pork and cole slaw, then we wander over to Draper Girls farm nearby and pick some fruit, feed the baby animals, and enjoy the sunshine. Great shots of Mt. Hood while here, too. Next it's off to the lavender farm for obvious reasons and gorgeous photos without even trying, and then onward to the Foothills Yarn and Fiber- Alpacas! So great! By the time we sit down for a beer and some food at the White House, we're all usually pretty tuckered- but some day I want to switch it up and go to the glass blowing gardens and the cider brewery that are nearby. There's so much to do and see- we always enjoy our lazy summer days exploring the fruit loop!
  • One thing I love doing in the fall is going fruit picking for all of the fruit hitting harvest. Apples, Peaches, berries, etc. When we lived in Spokane, we would hit up Green Bluff, which is very similar to the Fruit Loop. Here it takes more research on where to stop and what places are active during certain times of year, but we always come back with boxes of apples, peaches and several gallons of apple cider.
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